Loving the gear from @v3apparel! I promise my arms are not actually this disproportionate. 😂 Speaking of, do you struggle with asymmetrical body growth?
If one side is growing faster than the other, there are a few things you can check within your current program to address this!
1. Proper form. I see this alot with lateral raises and it used to be an issue for me as well. If you do not take your back out of this movement, your traps will engage. So pull your shoulders back amd down and keep them there. Also be mindful of the angle of your arms as you raise them.
2. Injuries. Do you have any past injuries than may be limitting muscle activation on one side? Try to do more isolation exercises that will increase your activation ability of these muscles. For example, hanging shrugs activate your lower traps.
3. Your body may have different proportations. Try to use more unilateral movements to prevent your strong side from helping your weaker side.
4. To catch up your small side, you may have to do some extra work. Try 3 or 4 sets of 15 on your weak side after every other workout session. You'll catch up quick. 💪 Hope these tips were helpful! Happy lifting. 💜